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Most clinical researchers are motivated by the desire to improve patient health and drive innovation in healthcare. To optimize health system performance, Bodenheimer and Sinsky, building on the work of Donald Berwick, proposed the quadruple aim as a means to improve health system performance. The quadruple aim focuses on (1) enhancing the patient experience, (2) improving population health, (3) reducing costs, and (4) improving the work life of health care providers, including clinicians and staff. Clinical research should follow the quadruple aim to improve the design and conduct of clinical trials.